This three part, 4.5 hour recorded training is ideal for faculty and administrators who are sending students abroad for service learning and are eager to revisit theories and practices of how to best design an experience that values and includes the expertise and needs of the local community, includes structured reflection and puts students on a path to global citizenship and respect for self and our global community. With the assistance of a 62 page resource guide and an additional 2 pages of resources that were discussed organically in Dr. Hartman’s thoughtful training, you will be armed with materials to re-evaluate how you are positioning service in your organization.
“Eric Hartman has a great skill at articulating and packaging things in a way that give credence to the process of student development inherent in global service learning. His insights into the reasons WHY we do it and the challenges are really beautiful.” J. Lee, Regis University, USA
“I appreciated the sincerity and passion – clearly seen and heard. Real, concrete resources to use. Material for hours of review, reflection and inspiration. Provided affirmation and reminder of the wonderful work that is international education. Good organization and flow between chat and presentation, well-fielded questions.” C. Panicco, Sorrento Lingue, Italy
“Incredibly valuable information from both a philosophical and practical viewpoint.” K. Boedeker, University of St. Francis, USA